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roth or traditional ira

The Decision: Roth or Traditional IRA?

We’ve talked about making the call between a 401k vs a Roth IRA retirement account, but what if we add an extra decision to your plate by telling you that you can also choose between a Roth or traditional IRA? Don’t panic! We’re throwing more information at you, yes, but an informed girl is a … Read more
what is the 4% rule

What is the 4% Rule?

Did you know that once you’ve retired the government requires you to sell off 4% of your retirement money every year thanks to the “4% rule?” Yay, another arbitrary rule to live by, amirite? The 4% rule has a long and kinda complicated history. It’s supposed to be a way to determine how much retirement … Read more
best retirement investment plan

Ready, Set, Retire: The Best Retirement Investment Plan

Picture this: You’re lounging on a beach, sipping a piña colada, and enjoying the sweet freedom of retirement. Ahh, the good life! But hold up – to turn that dream into reality, you need to get your retirement investment plan in check, like, yesterday. But don’t worry, love bug, we’re here to help you ride … Read more
Fixed Income Annuities for Retirement Income

Fixed Income Annuities for Retirement Income: Low Yields and High Fees

Are you on the verge of retirement and looking for a steady source of income to sail through your golden years? Fixed income annuities for retirement income might seem like the perfect solution, but hold your horses! In today’s world of low yields and high fees, are these financial instruments really the knight in shining … Read more
REITs vs Rental Properties for Retirement Income

REITs vs Rental Properties for Retirement Income: Which is the Better Choice?

So, you’re wondering which is a better option – REITs vs rental properties for retirement income? Well, if you’re looking for a way to supplement your retirement income, investing in rental properties may seem like a tempting option. After all, owning rental property can provide you with a steady stream of passive income for years … Read more
balancing risk and returns

Retirement Portfolio: Balancing Risk and Returns

As I approach retirement, I am becoming more aware of the importance of balancing risk and returns in my portfolio. On one hand, I want to make sure that I have enough money to last me throughout my retirement years. On the other hand, I also want my portfolio to grow so that I can … Read more
investing strategies for tax savings

Save Big on Taxes: Investing Strategies for Tax Savings

Do you ever look at your investment account and wonder where all your money went? You’re not alone! It can be frustrating to watch your returns get eaten up by taxes. But fear not! There are plenty of investing strategies that can help you save on taxes and keep more of your hard-earned money. In … Read more
tax-free investment options

Tax-Free Investment Options: A Guide to Maximizing Your Savings

If you’re looking to grow your wealth and reduce your tax bill, tax-free investment options are worth considering. These investment vehicles allow you to earn returns on your investments without having to pay taxes on them. By minimizing your tax liability, you can keep more of your hard-earned money and potentially earn higher returns over … Read more
maximizing tax benefits with investing

Maximizing Tax Benefits with Investments: A Comprehensive Guide

Hey there! Are you tired of losing a big chunk of your hard-earned money to taxes? I know I am! Luckily, there are some smart investment strategies you can use to maximize your tax benefits and keep more of your money in your pocket. Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been investing for years, … Read more
retirement for single women

Retirement for Single Women

Is retirement for single women really different? That’s a question I get asked a lot. And, unfortunately, the answer is yes. Here’s why. Women have to work hard for what they need and even harder to keep what they have. Saving for retirement is no different. You might be thinking, “Well, sure, but everyone works … Read more